First, I'd like to thank Dave for the link to add Copy To and Move To\nshortcuts to the context menu. For me that's perfect, I'm a context menu\nfreak. I'll have re-train the rest of the company though.\nOkay, so why can't I save shortcuts in my SendTo folder I keep getting an\naccess denied message? I've written several small utility apps in Visual\nBasic to help with all of the duties I have to do. I put shortcuts in my\nSendTo folder so I can send a series of files and/or folders to these apps to\ndo things like copy path to clipboard, distribute to workgroup and even an\napp that can upload our entire web site via ftp. Is there any other option\nfor sending items to an application or a way to access my SendTo folder? I\nfound the Copy Path feature, I'm hoping it has options for copying just the\nfilename or just the path or just the filename with extension like my app\ndoes. But based on my experiences with Vista so far, it seams Microsoft took\nall of the best features of previous versions of Windows and threw them in\nthe trash, so I'm expecting the worst. It probably copies it, but then will\ngive me an access denied message when I try to paste it.